Germany

Why visit Germany?

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Germany or Deutschland is one of the most influential countries in Europe and one of the world’s main economic powers. Known all around the world for its precision engineering and high-tech products. Its car-country – manufacturers such as Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz are internationally renowned for their quality, safety, success and style. In fact, their Autobahn network of roadways are famous for not having a speed limit in their roads.

Germany was one of the most affected countries in both the World Wars. After the 2nd World War the country was divided into East Germany and West Germany which was peacefully united in 1990. It’s a country that celebrates cultural differences and diversity.

We decided to backpack around this wonderful country to get a taste of the famed beauty of the Black forest and Bavarian regions, the romance of the Rhine Valley, the historical significance of places around Berlin, the raw nature in the Black Sea region and of course the modern megapolises of Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin… Oh and before we forget, the amazing cuisine and fantastic beers…

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The various experiences in this wonderful country are a veritable feast for the senses in different ways – we were at a loss when it came to creating experiences you… Finally, we decided to create short capsules of experiences in different regions of this country for you to choose from depending on your taste and requirement. Here they are…

We have tried to build the capsules such that they are almost do-it-yourself packs. We believe this is the best way to experience any country but more so Germany – here each experience has the potential to impact different people differently…

Come, travel the way we do… Experience Germany, the Beyonder way… Come Beyonder…

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Germany Experiences

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Best places to visit in Germany

Berlin — Berlin the capital of Germany is known for its division during the Cold War by the Berlin Wall.

Bremen —Bremen old town is famous for Hanseatic history. The Hanseatic League is a unique phenomenon of German history. The co-operation and mergers of merchants for the promotion of their trade abroad.

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Cologne — A city first founded by the Romans 2000 years ago. Cologne well known for its Cathedrals, Romanesque churches, and archaeological sites.

Dortmund — It was a Steel and Beer City. The biggest Christmas market in Germany is present in Dortmund.

Dresden — It was once called ‘Florence on the Elbe’ and world-famous for its Frauenkirche

Düsseldorf — Germany’s fashion capital

Frankfurt — A seat of the European Central Bank with a skyline similar to that of Manhattan.

Hamburg —famous for its harbor, its liberal and tolerant culture.

Munich —An economic powerhouse which has a combination of high tech with fine arts and the Oktoberfest (an autumn festival held in Munich, Germany, in late September and early October, featuring the drinking of beer) is well known.

Nuremberg’s – The infamous Nazi party rally grounds, the Documentation Centre and Courtroom 600 are present in Nuremberg.

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Top 8 Things to do in Germany

  • Sampling of the beers that are famous here
  • The cuisine of the region especially if you are a carnivore
  • The history of the region and the architecture in Berlin
  • The gory history of the World War and the concentration camps across the country
  • The natural beauty of the Blackforest region
  • The Rhine valley cruise with the wine region
  • Visiting some of the beautiful castles that dot the countryside
  • Visiting the Lake region

Things to note

Some of the best months to visit Germany is during the months of May, September and early October
We have created these experience capsules after travelling and experiencing this country ourselves. We can, of course, customize these to your requirement or interest areas – a holiday tailored exactly to your needs

Come Beyonder to Germany and experience nature in all its raw, spectacular beauty as you have probably never before

Contact us to create a customized Germany itinerary for your self

What our Germany Travellers Say

FarihaBeyonder Traveller - Germany

My first ever sol trip to Germany was well planned and beyonder team took care of me from day 1, I can’t thank them enough for the most memorable trip of my life.

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